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Crime
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A Queens man was arrested in Franklin Square on March 25 for selling heroin to an undercover detective while his 18-month-old daughter was in the back seat. Reese R. Russell, 25, of Queens sold a … more
Nassau County police patrols will be increased around synagogues, churches and other house of worship for the upcoming Passover and Easter holiday, officials announced on Tuesday. more
Police released the name on Tuesday of the Bronx man who was shot and killed as he was leaving the Bronx Barbeque restaurant in Valley Stream early Saturday morning. Gary Harris, 51, was shot … more
Undercover Long Beach police officers arrested two local residents on felony drug charges over the weekend for allegedly dealing cocaine — including one sale that took place in front of the Long … more
Long Beach police officer Brian Eidens headed east on West Park Avenue at about 7:40 p.m. on Sunday, when he heard a loud bang as he pulled up to the light at Lafayette Boulevard. “I thought … more
A section of a modular home that was in the process of being lifted by a crane in the West End broke loose on Friday and crashed to the street. The incident occurred just after noon at 93 … more
People named in Crime Watch items as having been arrested and charged with violations or crimes are only suspected of committing those acts of which they are accused. They are all presumed to be innocent of those charges until and unless found guilty in a court of law. more
Drew Morgan, 44, a Rockville Centre resident and financial planner, plead guilty on March 20 to embezzling nearly $1.3 million from two different nonprofits servicing those with special needs and an additional $475,000 from two sisters he was acting as a financial planner for. more
The Nassau County Police Department has issued a lockout order to one North Bellmore elementary school because of an active investigation in the area. Martin Avenue Elementary School, located at … more
It’s no secret that several unincorporated parts of the Town of Hempstead have more than their fair share of illegal rentals. The lack of legal apartments in the area is partially to blame, as are the high rental costs of those available. Past town solutions never seemed to make a meaningful dent in the problem, and allows landlords to continue renting parts of their homes without regards to fire safety and other important housing concerns. more
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